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Local onions rotting on ground while G.O.B. imports onions from Holland

Close to a million pounds of onions are rotting in fields in northern districts. They are worth millions of dollars. Onion farmers invested heavily years ago to begin production of [...]

Hattieville woman says ex tried to take her life

A Hattieville woman says her life is in danger and she pointing fingers at her ex. The woman and her children were asleep on Monday night when a volley of [...]

Is it beneficial for foreign riders to participate in Cross Country Cycling Classic?

Tonight’s question is: Do you think it is beneficial for foreign riders to participate in Holy Saturday’s Cross Country Cycling Classic? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones [...]

Marketing Board says it’s not to blame for onion farmers’ crisis

As we told you at the top of the news, the government is importing onions from Holland. It is not an unusual practice and is normally carried out when there [...]

P.S.U. and Belizeans for Justice call for G.O.B. to reinstate Moses Sulph

Moses Sulph was fired weeks ago; no reason was provided, but his termination letter was received following a sleep-over in front of the Prime Minister’s offices in Belmopan in protest [...]

Talk Show host wins one day in Court against Net Vasquez and S.S.B.

Last November, talk show host and news paper columnist, Glenn Tillett, sued Lois Young, Net Vasquez and the Social Security Board.  Tillett is saying that both Vasquez and Young were [...]

Alarming number of convicts deported to Caribbean and Belize

An alarming report has been released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) that is picking up traction throughout the region. According to a report in the Barbados newspaper, [...]

Fake Cop loses case in which he became his own attorney

In the Magistrates Court, the man who allegedly posed as a police officer for six months, twenty-one year old Aaron Wilson, has been just as convincing representing himself in court [...]

Businessman illegally employing his nephew

Also in court, Magistrate Kayla Teck had to determine whether thirty-nine year old Mukesh Makhwani was illegally employing his nephew, twenty-three year old Indra Kumar Vaswani. Both men were charged [...]

Gang Suppression Unit making busts throughout the Old Capital

The Easter holidays are a few days away so the Gang Suppression Unit is busy.  Before sunrise this morning, their focus was in one of the city’s hotspots, the George [...]

Tumor patient, Christopher Bowman, received life saving surgery

Last Friday we showed you a very optimistic Christopher Bowman leaving for Oklahoma for medical treatment for his tumor. Late this evening, we were informed that the young man has [...]

OCEANA close to receiving enough signatures for oil referendum

This Wednesday marks one year since two hundred million gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico. The oil spill, which gushed into the Gulf from BP’s blown-out well, [...]

KTV Latino 2011 Champion and $10,000 Winner to be announced

The grand finale of KTV Latino Season is here and shortly the winner of this season will be announced. The list of applicants that auditioned was long; only the strongest [...]